Šibenik is a large and one of the oldest and best protected harbors on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea (43° 44’ N, 15° 53’ E). It is located at the submerged mouth of the Krka River, which, over a length of 75 km and a height difference of 360 m, forms a unique natural reserve.
The harbor is naturally protected from the influence of waves and wind, and can be entered through the St. Anthony Channel (2,700 m long and 120-300 m wide), which allows unimpeded navigation for ships up to 50,000 DWT. The length of the harbor is 10 km, with a width ranging from 300 to 1200 m and depths of 8-40 m.
Šibenik Port Authority has initiated the preparation process for the implementation of the project "Modernization of the Port Area of the Port of Šibenik", which consists of works in the passenger and cargo parts of the Port of Šibenik, with a total value of 182 million kuna, and the Maritime Passenger Terminal (MPT) building is a part of that project...
The project aims to lay the foundations for integrated and sustainable development of smaller ports, enabling them to become proactive socio-economic development drivers on the Adriatic coasts.
The main objective of the DigLogs project is to ensure significant development of cross-border cooperation between two countries, Croatia and Italy, by removing existing limitations in information systems that support the transport sector, and creating synergy for building a solid network by enabling the integration of different IT tools that would help in the process of seamless decision-making.
The MIMOSA project, with the aim of improving the offer of multimodal sustainable solutions for passenger transport, promotes a new cross-border approach to mobility.